What can I say about RWA Nationals? Think it's all about sitting through endless, useless workshops?
Even if you get only a tiny grain of information from that one hour you spent in that chair, it will still help you.
Cathy Maxwell's keynote speech inspired us. Kristin Higgins's Awards Luncheon speech made us laugh, cry, and feel worthwhile.
But then there's the fun aspect.
Want to guess how many margaritas are made and consumed?
Granted, we don't make it out of the hotel much, but the view from the walkway is pretty inspiring. I'm thinking big and hard....
The sushi was AWESOME!!!!
Yes, the Literacy signing is crowded and loud, but whenever I get to sit next to Carolyn Brown, I know I'm in for a good time.
Sharon Lathan wowed us with her dress for the Beau Monde soiree.
Sara Humphreys MADE us order the chocolate nachos. This is supposed to serve 4, but a table of eight didn't finish all of it!
The bar is a great place to catch up with buddies Carolyn Brown, Amelia Grey, and Sara Humphreys.
Trust me, if Sara Humphreys ever asks you to be her date to the Fantasy, Futuristic, and Paranormal chapter's Prism awards ceremony, say YES!
She not only won for Dark Paranormal,
She also won Best of the Best!
We at Casablanca may not have had a Rita finalist this year, but we're still proud!
The Sourcebooks dinner was at Southern Art. As always, they drove us there in limos.
Here's Sara in the limo!
The restaurant was very cool and the food was fabulous. Wish I'd taken more pictures!
Here are several of the Sourcebooks authors along with publisher Dominique Raccah,
and Tammy Falkner!
The Sourcebooks signing is tomorrow. Should be fun!
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